CHARACTER BUILDING THROUGH HADITH PERSPECTIVE (STUDY ANALYSIS ABOUT HADITH IMAN, ISLAM, AND IHSAN)
AbstractCharacter building is seen to be an essential answer of the grim value of
education in which the gap is occured between intelectual intelligence and social
intelligence. On the intelectual intelligence side, education system succesfuly
delivers brilliant people. Meanwhile, on the social intelligence, some of those who
are educated regarded the education as a showcase to justify actions that actually
adverse the commonsense. This is, of course, go against the true value of eduction
in which the outcome is to shape a brilliant, well-mannered generation. This is also
compatible with the mission of Prophet Muhammad who aimed to complete the
morality of human being. Therefore, teachers as the primary key of education bear a
huge responsibilites to transfer all the knowledge to the learners according to Iman,
Islam, and Ihsan philosophy. All can be done as the teachers become role models of
Iman (faith), Islam (religious), and Ihsan (good behaviour) to their pupils in their
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